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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (May 11, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
"I love my job": the opportunity to succeed as openly gay and lesbian professionals gives these men and women high regard for their employers. Hudson, Mike Biography 1917
A floundering amendment. Barrett, Jon Brief Article 149
A majority leader comes out: Rhode Island legislator Gordon Fox decided to tell everyone why the battle for marriage equality in the Ocean State is personal. Lisotta, Christopher Interview 616
A road less ordinary: a new anthology of travel writing goes off the beaten path--and raises money for an even bigger literary endeavor. Vary, Adam Interview 445
A way with words: Patty Griffin's powerful new CD reveals a singer-songwriter at the height of her craft. Coble, Margaret Sound Recording Review 373
Across the nation. Brief Article 175
Alanis sings Cole. Brief Article 197
Bet on black: how Hollywood's off-center icon Karen Black wound up singing on the set of the new gay independent film Gypsy 83. Feinstein, Howard Interview 821
Closeted in the capital: they're powerful, Republican, and gay. Will the marriage battle finally get them to come out to their bosses? Bergling, Tim 1902
Coming out in the colonies: how would being gay play in the 17th-century village re-created for PBS's Colonial House? Two men found out. An Advocate exclusive. Lisotta, Christopher Interview 781
Cusick's stand. Link, Jim Letter to the Editor 338
Dead poets' society: three great gay poets live again on spoken-word CDs that let you read along. Giltz, Michael Audiobook Review 422
Dear Mary. Giesige, Dale Letter to the Editor 497
Dodging the altar: gay men and lesbians aren't exactly rushing to marry in Canada. Why marriage equality isn't such a big deal up north. Hays, Matthew 930
Equality through Barbie. Divito, Nick Brief Article 129
For better, for worse, for us. Kuehl, Sheila Column 704
From Gollum to Gotham: actor Andy Serkis trades middle-earth for Midtown as Jennifer Garner's gay boss in the comedy 13 Going on 30. Steele, Bruce C. Interview 569
Gay in the White House. Brief Article 217
Gay marriage goes mainstream: November 30, 1993. Romesburg, Don Brief Article 130
Heather Headley comes home. Brief Article 92
Heaven trumps gender equality. Brief Article 127
His own Pulitzer: out playwright Doug Wright reflects on winning the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for his Broadway hit I Am My Own Wife. Raymond, Gerard Brief Article 302
How you can volunteer. Brief Article 89
Looking for queerer TV. Brief Article 279
Love's a bitch: Mexican import A Thousand Clouds of Peace is an intoxicating look at lost love. Kelley, Shannon Movie Review 383
Marriage's grass roots: the activist who led the equal marriage movement in Hawaii recalls the long road to Massachusetts. Woods, William E. 1344
Measure of a man: The Opposite Sex, a two-part showtime documentary, begins with the gripping journey of trans man Rene Pena, a God-fearing, married truck driver. Lisotta, Christopher 685
Men-only spaces. van Keuren, Steve Letter to the Editor 153
Merritt's multiple tracks: a new Magnetic Fields album and an opera are just a few of the new projects for composer Stephin Merritt. Beghtol, LD Interview 610
Never a bride? Mapa, Alec 640
Not married at Prudential. Brief Article 100
Oppression TV? Curran, Brian Letter to the Editor 219
Prodding the Fortune 500: one gay rights leader learned that equality in the workplace may come by simply asking for it. Caldwell, John 366
Puerto Rican media bash. Brief Article 168
Queer, talented, and on their own: a handful of unsigned out artists whose CDs are making waves with adventurous audiences. Davis, Mark 468
Rants & raves. Brief Article 195
Reader comments from Brief Article 176
Royally gay in Luxembourg. Brief Article 146
Singing the blues. Blecher, Mark H. Letter to the Editor 166
Spring has sprung! Brief Article 84
Still breaking silence: checking in with Janis Ian on music, politics, recording with Dolly Parton, and the joys of married life. Stockwell, Anne Interview 771
The big chill censorship: Paul Reubens: arrested for collecting vintage nude photos. Howard Stern: silenced for on-air speech. How a nationwide crackdown on "obscenity" could freeze out gay and lesbian expression for years to come. Graham, Chad Cover Story 2279
The deal-breaker. Sullivan, Andrew 697
The tipping point: beginning May 17 in Massachusetts, gay and lesbian couples will be able to obtain fully legal marriage licenses for the first time in U.S. history. What does this mean for gay equality? (Marriage). Moats, David 2749
The two faces of George: despite statements to the contrary, Bush's "compassionate conservatism" may stop short of protecting gay men and lesbians. Ryan, Benjamin 438
Tonya meets Tony: with fiery Tonya Pinkins in the lead, Tony Kushner's tough musical Caroline, or Change takes aim at Broadway. Giltz, Michael 545
Video distortion. Barrett, Jon Brief Article 141
Why can't the idol be gay? America's favorite reality TV contest may be cutting contestants who appear "too gay". Giltz, Michael 756

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